baseball card


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Noun1.baseball card - a trading card with a picture of a baseball player and information about his playing recordbaseball card - a trading card with a picture of a baseball player and information about his playing record
trading card - a card with a picture on it; collected and traded by children
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An appellate court in Arizona has reversed a trial court's decision and ruled that an insured could proceed with his lawsuit against his insurer for bad faith stemming from, among other things, his claim for stolen baseball cards.
If the original site, the shop, and the video aren't enough, Baseball Card Vandals is also on Tumblr, Twitter, and Facebook.
The card isn't the same as a modern-day baseball card, which became common in the 1880s.
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But back when I was a kid, baseball cards and comic books were the crown jewels of my collecting career.
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This could've been featured in our collector's section or even our sports section, but is presented here for its powerful artistic survey of Japanese sports through its lovely baseball card art.